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Areas of expertise include treating all eye conditions from general vision problems, to cataracts, glaucoma, and diabetic eye disease, as well as performing the most advanced laser and surgical procedures

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Age Related Macular Degeneration
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a common condition affecting people age 50 years and older.  The condition may be associated with central vision loss such as loss of the ability to read, to drive a car, or see someone’s face if it progresses to more advanced stages.

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Blepharitis
Blepharitis means inflammation of the eyelids. Blepharitis is often divided into anterior (involving the front aspect of the eyelids including the lashes) and posterior (involving the eyelid margin including the Meibomian glands). In reality, many eyes have both forms at the same time.

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Cataract Surgery
If the lens becomes cloudy, the light reaching the retina is blurred and distorted, and your vision is affected. This clouded lens is called a cataract, and it must be removed before vision can be restored. A clouded lens can be compared to a window that is frosted or "fogged" with steam. Cataracts are not cancerous. They can be treated with a surgical procedure that has become a fairly common procedure in the United States.

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Diabetic Retinopathy
Diabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes mellitus.  Diabetes mellitus is a condition in which the blood sugar level is elevated because the body is unable to use and store sugar.  This high sugar content damages blood vessels in the...

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Floaters and Flashers
What Are Floaters? Floaters are small clumps of cells or tissue that form in the VITREOUS gel, the clear jelly-like substance that fills the inside cavity of the eye.  Although they appear to be in front of the eye, they are actually floating in the...

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Glaucoma
Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve, which connects the eye with the brain and carries visual information.  Although there are many risk factors for glaucoma, among the most significant is elevated intraocular pressure.  According to our...

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Pterygium
A pterygium is a growth of scar-like tissue of the conjunctiva onto the edge of the cornea. It typically occurs on the nose side of the eye, but can also occur on the ear side. Small pterygia are common and often don’t cause significant symptoms. They...

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Retinal Detachment
The retina is the thin layer of tissue that retains the vision cells in the back of the eye.  The retina is like the film inside a camera. The image that one sees is focused by the lens and cornea in the front of the eye and then cast upon the...

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After your Cataract Surgery
Following cataract surgery, most of the healing occurs within three months. During that time, it is important to visit your ophthalmologist and use the eyedrops as prescribed. If you have had an intraocular lens implanted and have no complications, you...

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Age Related Cataracts
Many cataracts take years to develop to the point where vision is seriously affected. Most occur as a result of the normal aging process. The types of age-related cataracts are usually described by their location in the lens. They are: nuclear cataracts...

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Ventnor Office
4807 Atlantic Avenue
Ventnor, NJ 08406
Phone: (609) 823-8488
Fax: (609) 487-0741
  Galloway Office
4 E. Jimmy Leeds Rd
Galloway, NJ 08205
Phone: (609) 652-6100
Fax: (609) 652-6683
  Marmora Office
42 Tuckahoe Rd
Wayside Village
Marmora, NJ 08223
Phone: (609) 398-1093
Fax: (609) 390-0037
 
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